Malik, Shah discuss law, order in Karachi
Amanullah KhanKarachi—Under presidential directives necessary instructions were given to law enforcing agencies including Police & the rangers to normalize law and order by taking stern action against the extortionists, target killers and other criminals.
The decision was taken during a meeting between Rehman Malik Advisor to PM on home and Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah when the Advsior to PM called on Chief Minister here today.
Five killed in continuing violence in Karachi
Karachi—At least five more persons were killed and several others injured in continuing spate of target killing in different area of the city on Friday.
According to details, unknown gunmen shot dead a police official Abdul Hafeez, who was on intelligence duty, at the Nishtar Road.
In a robbery attempt at the Abul Isphahani Road, residents opened fire and shot dead a dacoit. In Korangi area, Shakir Ullah was shot on offering resistance during a robbery while a man was shot dead in Metrowill area.
KU distributes EU scholarships
Karachi—Due to the fact that University of Karachi is one of the premier institutions of higher learning and research, it has been enlisted among the top universities of world. The pace of development will be continued with great vigor and motivation, these views were expressed by the Vice-Chancellor, University of Karachi, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Qaiser, during the European Union Scholarships distribution.
Exhibition of three eminent sculptors at Pak Gallery
Karachi—Fine Arts Pakistan (FAP), a local art gallery, recently organised a group exhibition of three eminent sculptors, Akbar Khan, Latif Ghauri and MK Saleem.
Khan started his career as a theatre actor and then directed for television and stage. At the same time, he sculptured different mediums including stone, marble, wood and mix. His 81 sculptures including large, medium and small ones were on display at reasonable prices on this occasion. Some of them were calligraphy on steel. His best sculpture, ‘Mother & Child’ was a stone crafted in sophisticated cuts and designs. Khan’s small and medium sculptures were based on different themes including dancing girls and leisureliness.
What is the Glycemic Index, how can it help me lose weight?
THE glycemic index (GI) is a measurement developed by Dr. David J. Jenkins and his associates at the University of Toronto in 1981. They were researching diabetes, and how to reliably predict the effect of certain foods on the body’s blood sugar and insulin levels. The glycemic index rates carbohydrate-rich foods on a scale of 1 to 100, pure glucose being the highest (100). A food’s GI rating indicates how rapidly it is digested or absorbed by the body; the higher a food is on this scale, the faster your body will use it up.